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updated 8:58 PM UTC, Oct 16, 2017

Former Warden Due in Court

  • Written by Bob Gabrielson
  • Published in News

(5/20/14) A former D-N-R conservation warden is due in court June 11th on eight felony charges.

Sauk County prosecutors have charged 45-year-old David Horzewski of Reedsburg with six counts of theft, and two charges of misconduct in public office. Chief Warden Todd Schaller said Horzewski was terminated last July for violating work rules, and officials found evidence of misconduct after that. Media reports have not disclosed the exact nature of the allegations. The State Capitol Police investigated the matter, and the Monroe County district attorney's office is serving as a special prosecutor. The alleged crimes date back to 2003. The D-N-R said it appears to be the first time since the conservation service was created in 1879 that a state warden has faced felony charges.


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